Smiley from millan.net Good evening!  How the heck are ya?  I don’t know what’s come over me, but I sleep for a few hours, then I’m up and wide awake raring to go, then I sleep for a few more hours.  hmmm I guess it’s just nature taking it’s course . . .  .

This morning which could have been anywhere from 2 am to 5 am or 8:30 am to 2:00 pm.  See I told ya  . . . weird hours.  Anyhoo, I got this idea to finish up a pyramid image that I had done some time back.  It’s the companion to this piece Into the Looking Glass.  That one was the negative pyramid.  While I was working on the negative, I also finished up the positive.  It has been sitting on a shelf gathering dust, and I decided to use it for this project.

I also threw in the requirements for Week 11 of the Compendium of Curiosities Challenge over at Linda Ledbetter’s blog, Studio 3L.  I wish I had had the book when she first started these challenges, but alas I didn’t.  I’ve really enjoyed taking part that last couple of weeks . . .  it’s been good for the mojo.Smiley from millan.net

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I was really trying to make that pink on the tag match the pink in the image, but damn it all . . . it looks like it’s a far cry from matching.  Oh well . . . things happen sometime.  I had to make make the roses red, there just wasn’t any other choice!  Oh and I also HAD to hang a little heart somewhere!

Well that’s it for today!  Thanks for stopping by and remember . . . life is short, take advantage of the adventures that come your way!

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28 Responses to “Who’s Painting the Roses Red?”

  1. Woowzer…..Sherry, you did it again…great project! Love the flowers, love the tag, love the pyramid. the sunflower leaves are perfect. Every time I make the flowers, I think of the great lady who taught me. THANK YOU, you keep me inspired!

  2. Holy cats, Judy, first the cool cowgirls and now the perfect homage to Alice! This is just a gorgeous and truly unique design, and you’ve again nailed it with the great details! The Blended Batik is FABULOUS on that tag! And you can never, EVER go wrong with red roses! ♥

  3. wowsers you need to teach a class in Kansas City….dang if that isn’t absolutely gorgeous.

  4. I did a double take on the pinks, call me silly but (oh quit name callin’) I think the pinks are GORGEOUS… I love the bit of deeper shade… Red roses are 100% DEAD PERFECT!!!!!

    I hear you caused some ruckous at the stamp store from yesterdays post!!! LOL

  5. Please bring those flowers to Greenwood, Indiana when you come! I just went back and watched the tutorial. Awesome lady!!! What fun! You sure have plenty of tricks up your sleeve. Can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings.

  6. Wow! Extraordinary! Love it all, and the roses are gorgeous!

  7. Oh wow..love everything about this and your tag is such a pretty color. the batik looks great and on my screen matches pretty dang well! Definitely going to be watching to see what you do next! :) Nan

  8. Wow Sherry, I love it!!!

  9. Sherry, this is so cute and a great idea! Your pink looks great to me since it pops the pink in the picture and loving the heart charm…hehehe! But the roses…they are gorgeous!!! I can’t wait to see what you will do with them at Christmas time.
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

  10. This pyramid technique is just awesome! I love the look…I can never see me doing one of these….I can’t imagine, even in my wildest dreams, that I could ever achieve this look! Love the roses!

  11. Great piece. The roses are perfection. Love your cowgirls piece too.

    Marilyn

  12. I’d say you met the challenge – and then some! Turned out great. Had to laugh about the sleeping (or lack thereof). I have the same da#@ problem. Wonderful getting older isn’t it!! I’ve turned into my mother. When my doctor asked me why I don’t sleep I said if I knew the answer to that, I’d be sleeping. So she gave me Ambien. I sleep two hours and then I’m up! I do manage to fall back to sleep but not for long. So listen Sherry, give me your number and I’ll call ya one of these nights (really mornings – lol). Just kidding.

  13. Hi Cherry! Just wanted you to know that I love how you always close your posts with words about life being short. It really makes me think about my day ahead. I appreciate the little “jump start.” BTW, this is one fantastic little piece…..even if the pinks don’t match!

    Mary

  14. OUCH…….(that would be from my jaw hitting the ground)

  15. cool, and love the deep red of the roses!

  16. Great piece, such beautiful roses!

  17. Sherry,
    You’re roses are out of this world beautiful! WOW!

  18. Awesome roses! And I think the pinks “match” just fine – actually, they complement each other very well. Nice work!

  19. Cor your roses are heavenly, they almost look real, what did you use to make them? the batik tag looks lovely too btw

  20. Wow Sherry…this is awesome! I love the roses…they’re simply gorgeous! Great job! Hugs, Judit

  21. Gorgeous piece, Sherry! I love the roses!

  22. Beautiful project Sherry, I think the roses are gorgeous, the color of the roses is a nice contrast, which makes them pop. Beautiful work. TFS!!! 😀

  23. Wow! This sure is a fabulous project! Love all the elements and the way you put it all together! Wonderful!

  24. Really like how you make those pyramids! When I get back to the states, will look up your video and make one too.

  25. Brilliant, love it. Annette x

  26. Sherry you SOOO rock my world in a big way!! I LOVE those gorgeous flowers and the Alice image is just calling my name!! your tag is beautiful too – matches perfectly!! :)

    Hugs!!

  27. Love those roses and Alice! Great job on the batik. Thanks for sharing your wonderful piece.

  28. Ok Sherry, this is just over-the-top with creativity! Love everything about your piece for CCC #11!!

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